Howdie! 

Well, I should have been patient and gone thru all of this subject's
threads messages before answering the previous ones.  John has good
answers here.  I have some quick additional comments.  

Excerpts from mail: 22-Oct-97 Re: Altering the SOMAXCONN .. John
Dorn@inetmi.com (2870*) 

> have never seen any (AS/400) documentation that indicates the optimal 
> setting, or if a large value effects the system/processing in a 
> negative way.  The size of the queue depends on the maximum concurrent 
> requests the server can expect, the system performance and how quickly 
> the server can turn around to grab the next request using accept(). 

The optimal setting is exactly as stated - it all depends on the server
design, the number and rate of connection requests coming in, the size
of the system and how the storage pools are allocated among other
factors.  We don't document the optimal size due to the large number of
variables.  We should probably at least document the variables - will
put on the todo list!  

Mark L Bauman  
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